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  • Bill to protect Pax River could scuttle Eastern Shore wind project

    Bill to protect Pax River could scuttle Eastern Shore wind project
    Legislation that could kill a $200 million wind energy project on the Eastern Shore is moving through the General Assembly, pushed by Southern Maryland lawmakers who contend the 600-foot tall turbines threaten their region's most important job generator,...
  • Harford mall, Looney's Pub report thefts [Police blotter]

    Maryland State Police and Harford Sheriff's Office report: Aberdeen Chantel Wanita Grace, 19, of the 3700 block of Federal Lane, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct and failure to obey a police order. Items were stolen on Spesutia Road...
  • New York man charged with identity theft in Bel Air

    A New York man was ordered held without bail after he was charged with using a fraudulent credit card in Bel Air and police could not confirm his identity. At a bail review Thursday, Harford County District Court Judge Mimi Cooper ordered the man,...
  • Upper Chesapeake asks for tax credit for $8 million power generator

    Upper Chesapeake asks for tax credit for $8 million power generator
    Upper Chesapeake Medical Center hopes to save money on a high-power, $8 million electric generator by leasing it for the first eight years, a project it wants the county to support by letting the hospital give a payment in lieu of taxes for 20 years....
  • Harford Council passes Upper Chesapeake PILOT agreement, tax credits for Route 40 businesses

    Harford Council passes Upper Chesapeake PILOT agreement, tax credits for Route 40 businesses
    Upper Chesapeake Medical Center will be able to pay Harford County $4,300 annually in lieu of taxes so it can build a major power generator under a deal the Harford County Council approved Tuesday night. The hospital PILOT agreement was one in a slew of...
  • Baltimore Housing Authority to sell 22 complexes to private developers

    Baltimore Housing Authority to sell 22 complexes to private developers
    Baltimore's Housing Authority is selling nearly 40 percent of its public housing to private developers under a national model designed to raise millions for upgrades and maintenance, Commissioner Paul T. Graziano said Wednesday. Beginning next year,...
  • Residents urged to seek free tax prep

    Residents urged to seek free tax prep
    An estimated 20,000 households in Baltimore City are missing out on tax refunds, leaving unclaimed some $50 million that advocates said could help lift them out of poverty. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen marked Friday, the first day his agency started...
  • David Craig: The State of Harford County 2014

    The following is the text of Harford County Executive David Craig's State of the County Address delivered to the Harford County Council on Feb. 4, 2014: Good evening Council President Boniface, Members of the County Council, and fellow citizens.  When...
  • Gansler supports commuter discount on ICC

    Gansler supports commuter discount on ICC
    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, running for the Democratic nomination for governor, proposed Friday that the state give commuters a break on the tolls on the Intercounty Connector in the Washington suburbs. Gansler's campaign issued a statement and...
  • McIntosh pushes city tax measures

    McIntosh pushes city tax measures
    Saying she's convinced Baltimore's high property taxes are driving residents and business away, Del. Maggie McIntosh has introduced legislation aimed at helping retain current homeowners while launching studies of ways to reduce the rate. With support...
  • City proposes citywide credit for apartments

    City proposes citywide credit for apartments
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Monday she wants to make a tax credit that has been used to spur apartment development downtown available citywide. The new proposal would offer a tax credit for 10 years for projects anywhere in the city, five...
  • CHAP executive director to retire in March

    CHAP executive director to retire in March
    The longtime head of Baltimore’s Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, who oversaw its fight to protect the city’s old structures for more than three decades, announced her retirement Tuesday. Kathleen Kotarba, a 1975...